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Second Chances

 

She’s got a party going on in her pants. She wants to go and do the mustache dance. He’s got an iPod full of Age of Chance. He’s never kissed like they do in France. They can’t go to his place because he lives with his mom and dad. So, since her room mate is home, they’ll go and get a motel instead.

She likes the mushroom, but she doesn’t pick the stem. He can’t find the man in the boat, so he paddles around instead. It’s kind of like doggy style because of all of the drool and pants. They want to be like wild animals, but they’re motionless like plants.

The thing they never show you in the movies is how to force romance. Sometimes to make it happen, you’ve got to get a second chance. They don’t have to fall in love tonight. They just need a second chance to get it right.

She wants to ride the pony, but the saddle, it fell off. He wants to serve her the beef, but his only recipe is stroganoff. It’s not like there isn’t a spark, I mean, there’s certainly plenty of friction. She’s never loaded a gun, and he didn’t bring ammunition.

She likes the mushroom, but she doesn’t pick the stem. He can’t find the man in the boat, so he paddles around instead. It’s kind of like doggy style because of all of the drool and pants. They want to be like wild animals, but they’re motionless like plants.

The thing they never show you in the movies is how to force romance. Sometimes to make it happen, you’ve got to get a second chance. They don’t have to fall in love tonight. They just need a second chance to get it right.

 

 

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